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    Default Question about Corbin Seat

    I am considering a Corbin seat and was wondering how easy it is to remove and reinstall the optional back rest.

    Anyone care to comment?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Fairly Easy

    If I can do it, anyone can-----and the seat is great---a way to sit in rather than on. The directions lead you through it. However, I found that the new seat latch-stim did not meet up with the latch hole-----I had to alter the stim by moving it about 3/4 of an inch. You'll like them---there is a back seat and a front seat----much better. And on mine they put in a hand prop-rod to hold the seat up----much better than the original.

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    Default BackRest

    Get the backrest that comes with the Corbin seat---you have a hole for the rider backrest and the passenger backrest.

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    i have front and back seats and backrests for both we love them and they are pretty easy to take on and offwelcome
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    Lift up rear seat, and under Back rest you will see one hex bolt,, take it out and lift back rest off and reverse for rear seat.

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    Thanks guy I figured it would be easy, but wanted to make sure. I did not think about checking this specifically at my dealer (they have a demo with a Corbin seat), but I really like how comfortable the set is.

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